Remember that other connections can be to exclusive mailbox shares a person may have to another employee/coworker. I don't want to sound condescending but I would like to point out that making sure you have your customers Office Suite patched to current recommendations and that your exchange server has any recent hot fixes and a reboot of both the problematic user you mentioned.
Do you have a replication route to any other exchange servers on campus? Are you running a standalone scenario or a front end setup?
Timoteo "Timo" Vasquez - AIS
Client Server Team
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Michigan State University
2 Administration Building
East Lansing, MI 48824-1046
From: MSU Network Administrators Group [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Al Puzzuoli
Sent: Tuesday, June 30, 2009 5:06 PM
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Subject: [MSUNAG] Exchange 2003, How Many Logons are considered normal?
I'm troubleshooting an issue for a user who keeps losing the ability to
connect to our exchange server. The server keeps throwing Event 9646:
Mapi session "/O=MSU/OU=RCPD/cn=Recipients/cn=user" exceeded the maximum
of 32 objects of type "session".
I suspect what we're dealing with is a flaky connection to the network.
She keeps disconnecting, reconnecting and after 32 attempts, the server
just gets fed up and says "enough!" So far, the only ways I have found
to make the server forgive and forget are either to reboot it, or just
wait a long time, obviously not ideal solutions.
My main question though is that while troubleshooting this, I looked at
logons for all users under System Manager. I found that all of my
users are showing multiple logons, usually ranging between 3 to 5. In
the case of the user mentioned above, 32, and the user in the office
next to her had 12. I wonder if I'm dealing with more of a widespread
network issue than just one person?
How many concurrent logons should a single user have under normal